Ibrahim al Kashif
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Ustaz Ibrahim al Kashif was the most popular Sudanese pop singer between the end of World War II and 1956, when independence was granted. His style developed out of Haqibah Music and he is known as the father of modern singing in Sudan.
- Huey, Steve Allmusic (not directly referenced)
- El-Tigani, Mahgoub (2006) "Musical Creativity and Cultural Heritage: The Musicology of Burrayy Mohamed Daffa-Allah" Reflections on Sudanist Scholarship Twenty Fifth Silver Anniversary Conference of the Sudan Studies Association
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